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Become a Jazz Bridge Calendar Sponsor!

Become a Jazz Bridge Calendar Sponsor!

Source: All About Jazz

Jazz Bridge helps Greater Philadelphia Metro area jazz and blues musicians in their time of need. As part of our annual fundraiser, we offer sponsorship opportunities for placement in our annual and popular jazz photo calendar. For $25, your name or company will be listed on the back of the calendar as a “Friend of Jazz Bridge.” For $100, your company logo will be prominently displayed on the back of the calendar. For $150, your company logo along with text ...

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In Support Of Music For Love, Son Of Michel Petrucciani Speaks About 'Cantabile 2.0'

In Support Of Music For Love, Son Of Michel Petrucciani Speaks About 'Cantabile 2.0'

Source: Katrina Yang

Earlier this year, Music For Love released a charity project entitled Music For Love Vol. 1. The opening track “Cantabile 2.0” by Fabrizio Bosso and Pablo Nannucci, aka Roc Flowers is inspired by the late great jazz pianist Michel Petrucciani “Cantabile.” “Cantabile 2.0" adapted modern hip-hop texture on top of existing melody ideas, drawing influences from jazz standards and funk. Soon after its release, the tune received support from Michel Petrucciani’s family. Alexandre Petrucciani, the younger son of the jazz ...

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#Womentothefore Of The Jazz Scene For International Women's Day 2021

#Womentothefore Of The Jazz Scene For International Women's Day 2021

Source: All About Jazz

An online initiative launched today by the Europe Jazz Network in collaboration with magazines, web portals and radio programmes across Europe and beyond, aims to advocate for a fairer and more balanced creative music sector and to highlight the women who fuel the contemporary jazz scene with their creativity, artistic vision and leadership. On March 8, 2021, International Women’s Day (#IWD2021), and for the following two weeks, a common hashtag, #womentothefore, will be used online to share articles, interviews and ...

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F2F Music Foundation forms partnership with Gilbreath Communications to promote opportunities to aspiring young musicians

F2F Music Foundation forms partnership with Gilbreath Communications to promote opportunities to aspiring young musicians

Source: All About Jazz

Can improvisation be taught? According to F2F Music Foundation, the answer is a definite yes. F2F Music Foundation, a Houston area-based non-profit performing arts organization, is teaming up with Gilbreath Communications, Inc., to encourage young people to pursue their full potential musically and academically. Gilbreath will act as F2F’s public relations arm to inform young people and their parents about opportunities available through F2F. Founded by renowned contemporary jazz musician Vel Lewis, F2F works with local non-profit organizations and schools ...

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'Say Their Names' Raising Awareness & Contributions for Stricken Families

'Say Their Names' Raising Awareness & Contributions for Stricken Families

Source: All About Jazz

Many musicians and music fans have felt the need to respond to specific events or situations in America’s 2020 sociopolitical climate by doing more than creating, sharing and listening to music. Ethan Sultry’s “Say Their Names” opens one opportunity: The protest track is available for free download on sirsultrymusic.com, connected through a web button to MyGood.org, the 501(c)3 non-profit founded by Macy Gray to support family members of victims of police violence. Written in the aftermath of the June 2020 ...

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The Nash Announces The Creation Of The Mary Bishop Perret Jazz Education Fund

The Nash Announces The Creation Of The Mary Bishop Perret Jazz Education Fund

Source: All About Jazz

In honor of her long-standing love and support of young jazz artists, The Nash announces the establishment of The Mary Bishop Perret Jazz Education Fund. Donations made to the fund will directly support The Nash programs for youth, including Phoenix Jazz Girls, The Nash Legacy Ensemble and The Nash Futures, providing scholarships for young musicians who want to learn and play jazz. Contributions can be made by cash, check or online. A “Yeah” for Mary Bishop's Legacy by Jana Bommersbach ...

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Free Online Support Group For Jazz Musicians Struggling With COVID-19-Related Stresses

Free Online Support Group For Jazz Musicians Struggling With COVID-19-Related Stresses

Source: All About Jazz

Announcing a free online support group for jazz musicians struggling with the financial, family, and other COVID-19-related stresses. The group will meet at a time that is mutually convenient and run for an hour over ZOOM. The group will meet for 4 consecutive weeks with the possibility of continuing after that if there is a consensus to do so. I am an experienced psychologist, jazz afficianado, and amateur jazz musician. If interested and for more information, please contact Steven at ...

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Jazz Arts Initiative Celebrates 10th Anniversary, Announces Name Change To JazzArts Charlotte

Jazz Arts Initiative Celebrates 10th Anniversary, Announces Name Change To JazzArts Charlotte

Source: Mark Sullivan

International jazz legend Wynton Marsalis joined JazzArts Charlotte President and CEO Lonnie Davis on Saturday, March 30 for a re-branding kickoff event held for sponsors, volunteers and local dignitaries. Ten years ago, Lonnie and O.C. Davis came to Charlotte from their hometown of jny: New Orleans, displaced by Hurricane Katrina. They had an audacious dream to create a unique new organization that would be dedicated to jazz performance and education. They established the Jazz Arts Initiative. Since that time the ...


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